"Incredible scene on Capital Hill right now, where thousands of anti-Kavanaugh protesters have taken over the Hart Senate Office Building." As the Senate moved one step closer to voting to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, thousands of men and women took over the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill on Thursday afternoon, voicing solidarity with sexual assault survivors and demanding that lawmakers reject President Donald Trump's nominee. After rallying at Supreme Court earlier in the day, protesters who'd traveled from all over the country filled the building with chants of, "Whose Senate? Our Senate!" and "Believe Survivors!" as more than one hundred were arrested after staging mass civil disobedience.
RT @JordanUhl: You will never see the right mobilize like this in favor of Kavanaugh https://t.co/iznLm3oQZ9 at https://t.co/iznLm3oQZ9— Danny Kimble (@theKimbleverse) October 5, 2018
RT @LissandraVilla: This is the Hart Senate Building right now. https://t.co/1hTQ7MazhP at https://t.co/1hTQ7MazhP— Lawrence Miranda (@LAWMIRANDA1) October 5, 2018
Senator Joe Manchin from West Virginia meets with survivors from his state. https://t.co/THKDaIsi6d at https://t.co/THKDaIsi6d— Evy Mages (@EvyMages) October 4, 2018